Take control of your story. Speaking out is a sign of strength, and we’re here if you wish to talk about your experience or how it has impacted you, or if you want to know how to better support a friend or family member.
Call our free, confidential support line:
0808 801 0331
Monday to Thursday: 10am – 9pm
Friday: 10am – 6pm
Saturday and Sunday – Closed
You’re not alone in this. NAPAC sees more and more male survivors disclosing each year. The earlier you disclose, the earlier you can begin working through your experiences and get on the road to recovery. If you’re here, reading this, you’ve already taken a step in the right direction.
We know that talking can be tough and isn’t accessible for everyone, so you can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are feeling anxious or having a panic attack it can be useful to know these calming techniques.
Between October 2019 and August 2022, approximately 25% of calls answered on NAPAC’s support line were from men.
In 2019, men accounted for 28% of our website visitors. By the beginning of 2022, this figure had grown to 37% – an additional 5,000 website visitors.
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If you want to talk, you can always come to NAPAC, be that via our support line listed at the top of this page, or by emailing email@example.com.
If you are looking for a more specialist service, we’ve listed information on a few organisations below.
NAPAC is here for all adult survivors of childhood abuse, including men.
We set no standards for what it means to identify or describe oneself as male or female, either now or in the past, either publicly or privately and understand gender identity can be fluid .
For us, this includes cisgender (cis), transgender (trans), intersex, and non-binary identities, individuals, and communities.